At an enthusiastic meeting of the returned soldiers of Dayboro held on 24th April 1936 it was unanimously decided to form a sub-branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A. The Telegraph of 4th June 1936 reported “At the first meeting of the sub-branch…the election of officers resulted as follows: President, Mr. J. Maher; vice presidents, Messrs. N.G. Clark and A. Junner; patron, Mr. G.F.R. Nicklin, M.L.A.; secretary, Mr. F.E. Long; treasurer, Mr. G. Hill; committee, Messrs. V. Williams, E. Brown, J. Thorpe, P.H. Costello, P.N. Nethersole and S. McLennan.
Messrs. H. Frazer East and C. Wren of the State Council, and Mr. R.C. Lloyd, the State Secretary, attended. Mr. Frazer East, in presenting the League Charter, spoke of the good work the sub-branches were doing in Queensland, and he felt sure that the Dayboro sub-branch would worthily uphold the spirit and traditions of the League.”